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Ohio auto insurance premiums, at the present, are the 10th lowest in the U.S. In spite of current indicators pointing to a believeable rise in the cost of auto insurance, the Ohio Insurance Institute (OII) reports that affordable auto insurance will continue in Ohio. READ MORE >>

COMPREHENSIVE COVERAGE Comprehensive auto insurance coverage is a portion of an auto insurance policy that covers damage to the policyholder’s car not involving a collision with another car (including damage from fire, explosions, earthquakes, floods, wind, hail, riots, and theft.) READ MORE >>

BODILY INJURY LIABILITY COVERAGE IS- Also Know as BI A Portion of an auto insurance policy that covers injuries the policyholder causes to someone else. In the case of car insurance, bodily injury coverage will pay medical expenses for people who are injured by the driver named in the insurance policy. READ MORE >>

How does collision insurance coverage work on your auto insurance policy? This seems to be a common question form our potential policy holders.  COLLISION COVERAGE It's a portion of an auto insurance policy that covers the damage to the policyholder’s car from a collision. READ MORE >>

Auto insurance property damage liability covers an accident where you were at fault and caused damage to someone else's property.  Make sure you check your auto insurance policy for your coverage limits to make sure you have enough coverage.  When would your auto policy pay out property damage? READ MORE >>

What does it really mean when someone says, "I have full coverage on my car insurance or auto insurance?" Full coverage means that you have comprehensive and collision coverage as well as liability coverage.  What is COLLISION COVERAGE? READ MORE >>

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